Whether you’re new to working out or you’re a seasoned pro, we all struggle to keep motivated at times. There are days you just don’t want to finish that final rep or push yourself that extra length in the pool. Let’s be honest there are some days you lack motivation so much that you just don’t feel like working out at all, but we’re here to change that! There are plenty of things you can do to maintain motivation for your workouts and in this blog, we’ve picked our top ten to ensure you stay pumped up for each extra gain!
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We’ve all heard and seen the promotions about our step count in a day. 10,000 is flashed across every fitness app, smartwatch advertisement, health campaign, but why? Why do we need 10,000 steps a day and how do we reach them realistically? This blog will walk you through all you need to know about your daily step count and try to help you get there.
Gym motivation can sometimes be hard to come by. Luckily, there are ways around it, as explored in this article, helping you achieve your fitness goals and more.
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